Lagoon 450F - NOW SOLD OUT


Unfortunately the beloved Lagoon 450F has been discontinued.

Lagoon is always working to update and upgrade the quality and design of their catamarans.


Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick Le Quément
  • Raised flybridge
  • Stairway for safety
  • U-shaped galley
  • Large outdoor rear cockpit
  • Interior placement of the remote navigation station
  • Natural lighting and ventilation flow to all areas


Lagoon 450F
Lagoon 450F


The stunning 450 replaces the best-selling benchmark in this category, the 440 … and it was never going to be easy.  But the VPLP architects in partnership with Lagoon and the celebrated Nauta Design Studio have been brilliantly successful in creating the 450.

Bigger than its predecessor and boasting a much bigger sail area, owners are able to choose between a light and airy three or four cabin version … and enjoy 360° visibility from the spacious saloon which also features a practical U-shaped galley. Entertain in style with easy access to the saloon thanks to the large outdoor rear cockpit.

The 450 is now available in two versions: FlyBridge or SporTop.


You’ll enjoy perfect visibility and a large sunbathing area on the new flybridge …

and you’ll also find a spacious cockpit on the same level as the galley, with a ventilation panel.   

The Lagoon 450 also boasts important safety, performance and cruising comfort improvements.

Propellers are behind the rudders for protection and to eliminate cavitation – this also affords better manoeuvrability.

Reliable, easy to handle, innovative and fast – the Lagoon 450 is the perfect boat to cruise in style.

Lagoon 450F
Lagoon 450F


Nauta’s interior design is, once again, elegance and functionality wrapped up in a happy happy cat.  

The spacious saloons and cabins are luminous and well lit, with natural light in all cabins thanks to large glazed panels on the hulls.  

The owners’ cabins are truly luxurious, and the guest cabins are super-comfortable, with side access to a double bed.  

A U-shaped galley means greater comfort at sea … and the galley on the 450F is equipped with large hot plates and plenty of work space and storage. 

Lagoon have worked hard to optimise access between the cockpit and the galley, and to ensure the engine compartments are separated from the living areas and are well insulated.  


  • Length overall: 13.96m/45’10”
  • Beam: 7.87m/25’10”
  • Draft: 1.30m/4’3”
  • Mast clearance: 23.05m/75’8”
  • Light displacement (EEC): 16.9t/37 265lbs
  • Sail area: 129m²/1388 sq ft
  • Full-batten mainsail: 79m²/850 sq ft
  • Square top mainsail (opt): 81m²/872 sq ft
  • Self-tacking jib: 50m²/538 sq ft
  • Code O (opt): 93m²/1001 sq ft
  • Engine (std): 2 x 45CV/2 x 45 HP
  • Fuel capacity: 2 x 520l/2 x 137 US gal
  • Fresh water capacity: 2 x 175l/2 x 46 US gal
  • No of berths: 6 to 12
  • EC certification: A :12 ; B :14 ; C :20 ; D :30
Lagoon 450F


“You’d have to imagine that the builders and designers of Lagoon Catamarans thought long and hard before making the commitment to replace their highly successful Lagoon 440 — they sold more than 400 of the popular cats in a five-year production run — with a new, slightly larger model, the Lagoon 450. After all, the 440 had been well received both critically and in the marketplace, and it’s always challenging and risky to tinker with a proven entity. But through owner feedback and their own intuition and experience, they identified several items that they believed could be improved upon and/or refined. Some were rather major; others were quite subtle. Ultimately, they concluded that they could indeed create a bigger, safer 45-footer that was also more comfortable and luxurious.”

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“19 days! Maybe not a “Route du Rhum” time, but nevertheless a very creditable performance for a voyage from La Rochelle to Pointe à Pitre (3477 miles) in a strictly standard Lagoon 450.” 

Jean-François Tanguy, professional skipper – February 2011

“The sail plan gives the boat enough power to remain fast and dynamic in a wind of less than 10 knots.”

Multicoques magazine, FR / Multihulls World, UK-January 2011


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